Almost forgot there, didn’t you? You’ve still got plenty of time – OK, maybe not plenty, but you’ve got some time – to whip up a DIY gift we know she’ll appreciate.
We get it; you’re busy. You work 12+ hours a day, you need to squeeze in a pilates class or two and then find time to whip up a few healthy meals for the week. But this is Mom we’re talking about here: the OG of best friends, the one who calls just to check in and make sure you had lunch, the lady who sends you care packages filled with spaghetti and lint rollers. So show Mom that she’s on your mind (because you’re always on hers) with a handcrafted goodie basket made just for her. Oh, and give her a call, will ya?
Gifts for Mother Dearest:
You can always send your one and only mama a bouquet of flowers – you know she’d love ‘em. But why not up the ante and curate a few additional surprises that will totally make her day?
If she prefers woodsy fragrances, this seductive, musky scent will remind her of what it was like to fall in love with Dad all over again. Not that we need to get into the nitty gritty details of all that.
She stressed the importance of helping others right out of the womb, so saying that mom thinks giving back is essential would be an understatement. Treating Mom to a gift that she’ll love--and that helps countless other women is a do-good no-brainer.
This kit includes two hydrating shades of the Buttermilk Lip Treatment, one clear and one tinted, and 100% of the proceeds benefits Bright Pink for breast health and education programs.
Mom will love this kit that not only hydrates her skin, but also revives and brightens it too. It includes two anti-aging skin must-haves, the Age-Perfect Rosy Tone Moisturizer which gives skin an allover natural-looking rosy glow, and Visible Lift Radiance Booster which brightens, primes and provides 24hr moisture.
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